Jan Wieremjewicz

Jan is a Senior Product Manager at Dynatrace responsible for the evolution of the extensibility of Dynatrace with the new Extensions Framework. He has vast experience in the development and monitoring of enterprise systems. Jan is passionate about simple solutions that solve complicated problems and user experience that maximizes the product potential.

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Dynatrace deployment on Windows is now even more secure!

Extend Dynatrace automation and AI capabilities more easily than ever

Additional security for Synthetic monitor credentials with the new credential vault

New IP addresses for Dynatrace Synthetic improve safety and scalability

Deploy private Synthetic locations easily and cost-effectively with Dynatrace Managed

Monitor client certificate-secured APIs with Dynatrace Synthetic

Monitor your applications from newly added public Synthetic locations

Monitor your OAuth 2.0 protected APIs with Dynatrace Synthetic

Automated scripted API monitoring with HTTP monitors

Synthetic monitoring of internal applications extended to Windows-based ActiveGates!

Improved PHP monitoring with even less overhead!

Dynatrace HTTP monitors go multi-request, leaving no API unmonitored!

Public Synthetic monitoring locations keep growing in number!

Availability monitoring with synthetic browser monitors from within your corporate network

HTTP synthetic monitoring now available for Windows-based ActiveGates

Scale and automate your synthetic monitoring environment with the Synthetic API (Beta)

Welcome! New synthetic monitoring locations in Asia, Africa, and the US

Software intelligence for PHP 7.3 is here (Early Adopter Release)

Monitor your web applications from new locations in China and the UAE!

Kick off 2019 with new Synthetic public locations!

New synthetic monitoring locations now available worldwide

Monitor PHP in Windows environments (Early Adopter Release)

Synthetic HTTP monitors for private locations are now GA

Migration to new generation of synthetic monitoring locations begins October 1st